The U.S. Air Force monitors the skies for missiles from Thule Air Base, Greenland. This Arctic location is strategically positioned at the halfway point between Washington, D.C., and Moscow. Thule Air Base is located in the northwestern corner of Greenland, in a coastal valley 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle and 950 miles south of the North Pole.
The U.S. Air Force monitors the skies for missiles from Thule Air Base, Greenland. This Arctic location is strategically positioned at the halfway point between Washington, D.C., and Moscow. Thule Air Base is located in the northwestern corner of Greenland, in a coastal valley 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle and 950 miles south of the North Pole. Courtesy photo
The U.S. Air Force monitors the skies for missiles from Thule Air Base, Greenland. This Arctic location is strategically positioned at the halfway point between Washington, D.C., and Moscow. Thule Air Base is located in the northwestern corner of Greenland, in a coastal valley 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle and 950 miles south of the North Pole. Courtesy photo

Air Force monitors skies over Greenland

January 25, 2018 12:34 PM

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